Category Archives: ESA

Scientists spot huge Black Hole

In recent news, the researchers have admitted that they have found an enormous Blackhole which is growing at an enormous speed. The size is so massive that it assumed that the Blackhole might have a mass equivalent to the Earth’s sun. Researchers have taken help of the newly released data from the European Space Agency…
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ESA aiming for three new mission concepts

There has been a high energy survey for the previous Universe; there was an infrared observatory to find out the formation of stars, galaxies as well the planet. Along with a Venus, the orbiter is to be also considered for ESA’s fifth medium-class mission in its Cosmic Vision science program which is scheduled to be…
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Features of Ariane 5

Ariane 5 has been designed to carry satellites and other payloads into the geostationary orbits or to low-Earth orbit. Ariane 5 is a heavyweight rocket which is specially designed for such purposes. The rocket is maintained by Arianespace, and Airbus Defense and Space are manufacturing it. The program is precisely monitored by the European Space…
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Croatia Moving up in the Space industry

The Croatian Government signed a cooperation agreement with the European Space Agency last February to ease out the relation in respect of the Space Industry. The industry players in Croatia feel that this agreement between their government and the ESA would undoubtedly be a boon for them for involving more into space exploration and thereby…
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New Sentinel Rocket launched under Earth-observation program

A new spacecraft have been initiated into the space named as the Sentinel-3B. This satellite was launched with the help of the Rocket from Russia's Plesetsk Cosmodrome, a little north of Moscow, on 25th April. The primary purpose of this satellite is to observe the earth's surface - both land surface and water surface. It…
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A new star map is given by Gaia satellite

This current week, the ESA’s Gaia Mission has unveiled the most costly and the minutest star map till date. The chart says that there are about 1.7 billion stars which are beyond the imagination of human beings. The Gaia satellite and its technology have developed this map. This satellite contains two telescopes as well as…
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The Investigation of the Soil from Mars by ESA and NASA

The signing of a statement of intent by both NASA and ESA marks the beginning of an exploration. It is about bringing soil samples to Earth from Mars. Milestones have been made regarding the details of the planet. Soon, the process of knowing the planet better will begin. The matter has been taken with a…
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Europe’s Spacecraft to sniff gas in Mars

After a year of launching the ExoMars spacecraft has finally reached its destined orbit around the planet of Mars. The scanning of the atmosphere of Mars for trace gases will be initiated by the Roscosmos orbiter and the European Space Agency in about two weeks. The scanning will give more importance to atmosphere traits which…
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Lesson learned? Problems with Schiaparelli EDM started already on Earth.

On May 24 ESA announced end of the investigation, which continued since anomaly and crash of the Schiaparelli EDM on Mars surface on October 19, 2016. Lander was destroyed after it hit into Mars surface after seven months of space journey, which started on March 14, 2017. During attempt of controlled reentry and landing EDM lander…
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Cheops will fly on the top of the Soyuz-ST in 2019

On April 6 2017 it was officially announced, that Cheops satellite designed by Airbus Defence and Space for ESA will be delivered to orbit in 2019 by Arianespace. Decision was made to favor of Arianespace and surely will strengthen position of the Company as leading launch service provider on European market. Contract will be officially signed within…
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